GMA’s Robin Roberts speaks to fans about “negative things being said about you” in a cryptic video after the co-host was rocked
GMA’s Robin Roberts has shared a morning message for fans urging them to remove the “negative” labels from their lives and move on.
Robin’s message, like many of her previous videos lately, was to focus on the positive rather than the negative and stop being concerned with how other people see you.
Robin guided her Glam Fam through the first part of her message with a grin on her face.
“You may have said negative things about yourself, but nothing that has been said about you needs to define you,” she read off her phone, as she usually does.
“Nothing that happened in your past should keep you from your destiny,” she continued.
“Even if you’ve made mistakes or been through unfair situations, you can show the negative things are wrong by shaking off self-pity and moving on with your life.”
Robin then had a question for viewers: “Will you dare remove the negative labels? You are not the negative things people say you are.”
She concluded: You are who God says you are. So get rid of those old labels.”
Afterwards, Robin led viewers into a morning prayer before urging everyone to have a blessed day.
Robin’s latest thoughts on negativity and negative people come after Amy Robach and TJ Holmes left the network.
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The mainstay of the GMA has shared a variety of similar messages recently, and the recent one is no exception.
Meanwhile, Sam Champion and Robin found themselves in an awkward moment on live television.
Robin had a quick back-and-forth with meteorologist Sam during Tuesday’s episode of GMA when the moment hit.
Robin started things off: “Sam, I never thought I would say that. I’ll be speaking to Dolly Parton and Dionne Warwick this morning.”
“Simultaneously?!” replied an enthusiastic Sam.
“They talk about their incredible new collaboration and you’ll see it here on GMA,” Robyn replied.
The pair doted on for a moment, while Robin giggled to himself as Sam, 61, explained he was watching.
Robin shared, “I will always love you Sam and that’s what friends are for.”
“This is like a music king!” Sam answered and couldn’t believe his ears.
“It’s all. Make sure you take photos. I want a photo of it.”
“Well, it’s via Zoom, so…” Robin’s voice trailed off as the crowd booed, less excited to hear that Robin wouldn’t be speaking to the stars in person.
“They will still be live!” said Robin laughing.
“Right, I know!” replied Sam. Then he gestured to the left at the off-screen staff.
He remarked, “I just want you to know that you were judged from that end of the room,” referring to Robin’s mention of the meeting taking place over Zoom.
Robin burst out laughing at her slip.
“But I like the zoom, I’m still all for it, I think it qualifies as a great get.”
“Thanks! I appreciate that, Sam.”
“We’ll watch,” Sam replied with a wide grin. “Because that’s what friends are for!”
The couple couldn’t hold back their laughter at the awkward moment as they burst out laughing at the joke Sam had made.
Previously, Robin shared a new morning message aimed at blocking negative thoughts and believing in yourself.
“There will be times in life when it feels like every voice is telling you, ‘You can’t do this. It will not work. You’ll never get over this problem,'” the 62-year-old told her fans.
She explained, “Sometimes you have to ignore these negative thoughts to stay in faith.
“You have to ignore what someone has said about you, or maybe what your own thoughts are telling you.”
Robin then encouraged viewers to choose not to listen to any negativity, internal or otherwise.
“I WILL SURVIVE”
Last week, Robin slammed “negative” people in a new morning message to her fans while she was abroad in New Zealand.
Standing in front of a geyser, she shared her morning message for Grateful Thursday with devoted fans, who tuned in even as she spent time around the world.
“Negativity can be all around us,” she read on her phone.
She continued, “When other people are anxious, worried and negative, you have to go on the offensive and say, ‘No, I’m going to survive whatever comes against me. I have power in Christ for all things.’ .'”
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